Ahmedabad, in western India, is the largest city in the state of Gujarat. The Sabarmati River runs through its center. On the western bank is the Gandhi Ashram at Sabarmati, which displays the spiritual leader’s living quarters and artifacts. Across the river, the Calico Museum of Textiles, once a cloth merchant's mansion, has a significant collection of antique and modern fabrics. In the labyrinthine alleyways of the walled old city, you’ll find temples and pols, clusters of interconnected houses with ornate wooden facades. Also, there are historic mosques such as the Sidi Saiyad Masjid, with its famous lattice stone windows, and the Jumma (or Jama) Masjid, constructed from the remnants of Jain and Hindu temples in the early 1400s. Several green spaces dot the city, including Law Garden, the site of a well-known clothing and crafts market. Many restaurants serve the Thali platter, Gujarat's iconic assortment of seasonal vegetarian dishes.